Spoilers: New Plot Details Surface For ‘Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins’

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Devin Faraci at CHUD on Wednesday gives us a further glimpse into “Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins” by revealing new plot details. Warning: This is spoiler information.

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
“Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines”.
Photo credit: ILM

John Conner (played by Christian Bale in the new film) is not the main character in the fourth film. He will have a more sizable role in the fifth movie.

The main character is a badass “Riddick”-like guy named Marcus (couldn’t they have come up with a better name?) who wakes up on post-apocalyptic Earth around 15 years before the future shown in the original “Terminator”.

When the producers said they are making a new trilogy, they aren’t kidding. The whole thing is apparently mapped out [meaning the fifth and six films as well].

Marcus is the star of the new trilogy.

No actor has been cast as Marcus [as of this posting].

The action in “Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins” (the upcoming fourth film) is described as “huge” including some battles with the T-600s.

The new story focuses on the degrees of difference between humans and terminator/human cyborgs.

Read more about this at CHUD.

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